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Jack Nicklaus pays glowing tribute to Ryder Cup nemesis Brian Barnes

Jack Nicklaus has led the tributes to Brian Barnes and insisted that”a lot” was created of the Scot beating him in 1 day in the 1975 Ryder Cup.
Barnes, who passed away after a battle with cancer on Tuesday in age 74, won 23 championships as a skilled and remains the only player to successfully defend the Senior Open title in 1995 and 1996 at Royal Portrush.
But the Scot is famous for both Ryder Cup singles strikes Nicklaus at Laurel Valley in 1975, following up a 4&2 triumph in the morning using a 2&one victory at the afternoon within the Golden Bear, who had been reigning Masters and PGA champion at the time.
However, Nicklaus described Barnes as a”tough competitor” and theorized that the 2 wins amid a heavy defeat for Europe were no surprise, as he’d paid a glowing tribute on social networking.
The 18-time key winner wrote:”Barbara & I heard by Brian Barnes’ daughter, Didi, her father & our friend Brian’d lost his battle with cancer & passed. Her voice, amazing & reassuring, said if she was to lose her father, it was as close to a”model death” as any loving family member could want.
“‘Barnesy’ was a complete personality. As much entertainer as golfer. Was not unusual to watch him wear long socks with shorts, tee with pipe into his mouth & indicate his ball with a can!
“To be frank, a lot of has been created from Barnesy beating me two on Sunday in the 1975 Ryder Cup. Why? Since Brian Barnes was a competitor! Played in six straight Ryder Cups, won 20 times and enjoyed success after he turned 50!
“Barnesy was straight & long off the tee, and, needless to say, quick of humor. Yes, we’ll miss Barnesy! Barbara and I’d like to thank Didi and family for allowing us know of the great loss – to the match and also to us, personally – because we send our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to all of them.”
Gary Player added:”My sincere condolences to the loved ones and friends of irrepressible Scotsman Brian Barnes. He had a expert career ranging from back to back Senior Open Championships. You will be missed. RIP.”
Lee Westwood was among many professionals to post tributes, including:”In 1994, my 1st year on tour that I had been sat at a hotel bar once I got asked to play with at the Perrier Four-ball after that year. It had been Brian Barnes.
“I jumped at the chance. We didn’t do very well (missed the cut) but it had been clearly one of the most fun weeks I have ever had on tour. A golfer and wonderful story teller and companion. RIP Brian.”

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